Spring 2022 Racism & Criminal Justice
The Church Cracked Open with the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers
Legislating for Justice with State Rep. Leslie Herod Fighting Overcriminalization in Colorado with Juston Cooper
Prayer, Liturgy, and Worship Beyond Words A New Prayer Book for the Church to Come with Dean Richard and Dr. Michael Boney
Prayer and Liturgy: More Than Words Alone with Dean Richard Lawson
The Way of the Cross in the Gospel of Luke, Part 1 with the Rev. Dr. Sam Portaro
Encountering the Relational God of the Old Testament with Dr. Amy Erickson
From Deuteronomy to Luke: Exploring the Lenten Lectionary with Dr. Greg Robbins
The Spirituals Project with M. Roger Holland II, M.Div., M.M., B.M.
Sing Praise to the Lord: Hymnody at Saint John’s with Dean Richard and Dr. Michael Boney
The Dean’s Forum is on hiatus on January 30 for our Annual Meeting, April 10 for Palm Sunday, and April 17 for Easter Sunday.
You can join us in-person or online at sjcathedral.org To read the speakers’ biographies, go to sjcathedral.org/forum-bios
Scripture on our Journey to the Cross
The Music of the Spirit
Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:15 am for our Dean’s Forums.
Journeying into the Heart of God with the Rev. Dr. Michael Battle The Way of the Cross in the Gospel of Luke, Part 2 with the Rev. Dr. Sam Portaro
Christ is Risen: Sussing Out the Resurrection
Resurrection: How Can I Believe it? with Dr. Sarah Coakley
Talking Corpse or Resurrected Body? with Dr. Candida Moss
For more information on adult formation opportunities, contact Tina Clark, Director of Christian Formation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2022 Catechumenate
The Catechumenate is a community of learning, conversation, and fellowship in a gathering as old as Christianity itself. It is the journey to baptism, confirmation, reception into the Episcopal Church, or the reaffirmation of baptismal vows. Participation in the Catechumenate is also a wonderful way to learn more about Saint John’s as a cathedral and a community and to prepare for membership in the church. Classes will meet on Sundays from 1 to 2 pm. Due to the shortened nature of each class, please only register if you can be present at all four sessions with the clergy. More information and the links to register are at sjcathedral.org/catechumenate Catechumenate with Canon Katie Sundays, January 9, 16, 23, 30 Catechumenate with Dean Richard Sundays, March 6, 13, 20, 27
Bible Studies with Cathedral Clergy Men’s Bible Study with Dean Richard the first Wednesday of each month, February through April 5:30 pm both in the cathedral library and online The group will focus on Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians. Contact Dean Richard at email@example.com for more information. Women’s Bible Study with Canon Katie the second Wednesday of each month, January through April 10 am in the cathedral library or 5:30 pm on Zoom The group will continue their conversations on women in the Gospel of Luke. Contact Canon Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Retreats at Cathedral Ridge Men’s Retreat May 6 through 8 Registration will open March 11 Dean Richard leads the Men’s Retreat as an opportunity for the men of Saint John’s to connect in faith and friendship. Women’s Retreat March 18 through 20 Registration will open January 14 Our guest speaker, the Reverend Wendy Huber, will lead us in a study of Brené Brown’s book Rising Strong.